When is it justified?
A monsplasty might become necessary either because of a big weight loss or gain. Mons reduction is done to make your mons smaller, and it is often combined with a majora lipofilling and a tummy tuck. Our plastic surgeon examines you during a preliminary consultation and shows you his reference works to illustrate the expected best outcome.
Before the surgery, you have to undergo a complete and throughout screening. To make the process more comfortable for you, we perform all the necessary screenings at our Institute in the same place and time. Besides laboratory tests, our surgeon might recommend you to have an ECG examination and an ultrasound screening. You also have to have a consultation with the anesthesiologist before the surgery. Your plastic surgeon will also inform you about the advised temporary adjustments in your lifestyle to speed up your recovery. The most convenient time to undergo the intervention is the 3rd-4th day of your menstrual cycle to make sure that all your wounds heal by the time you have your next period.
The course of the intervention
The surgery is performed in anesthesia. A few incisions are made, and a narrow tube is inserted into the area through which excess adipose tissue is loosened and removed by vacuum.
Recovery and aftercare
After the intervention you spend one night in our hospital where you can relax in a calm and exclusive environment. You should pay extra attention to intimate hygiene after the surgery. It is important to avoid any strenuous physical activity for the first two weeks and even after this period, return to your previous lifestyle gradually, but 3 weeks after the surgery you can have some light exercise. However, do not have sexual intercourse for 6 weeks. It is not recommended to visit a tanning salon or sauna for two months. Your control examinations will be scheduled for the 7th and 14th days after the intervention, and two additional ones during week 6 and 12. Your scars will disappear in approximately 2 weeks.
The risk of complications is very low, but if there is any, it can only be whey accumulation, wound infection or surface unevenness.